Monthly Archives: August 2021

FEMA Warns of Middle Tennessee Flood Scams

JACKSON, Tenn. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency shares tips on how to avoid getting scammed and how victims of recent flooding can apply for financial assistance. “This representative is going to tell you all about your right to privacy, so if he doesn’t read you a lengthy legal privacy …

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The Rising Cost of Good Nutrition: With the cost of a nutritious diet rising, donors like CTF must prioritize nutrition and healthy diets. Here’s why it matters and what they can do. – World

What we eat, as well as how much we eat, matters. Different foods have different nutrients, and our bodies need a wide variety to stay healthy. For the children, this is really important. If a child’s diet does not provide the right mix of nutrients, he will suffer from malnutrition …

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EQS-News: No bloodshed: Netcetera serves Austrian Red Cross with MeinBlut app

EQS Group-News: Netcetera AG / Keyword (s): Expansion No bloodshed: Netcetera serves the Austrian Red Cross with the MeinBlut app 2021-08-24 / 09:17 ————————————————– ————————————————– ——————- Press release Zurich, August 24, 2021 No bloodshed: Netcetera is at the service of the Austrian Red Cross with the “Mein Blut” app Austrian …

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Lake County News, California – Evacuees from the cache fire have been moved to the Clearlake senior center after the county closed the Middletown accommodation site

LAKE COUNTY, Calif .– Residents of Clearlake who stayed in the evacuation shelter created for those who fled the path of the Cache fire on Wednesday faced another move on Saturday as the county closed the shelter in Middletown, a move that has caused tensions between city and county authorities. …

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RACA marks World Humanitarian Day

Doha: The Charitable Activities Regulatory Authority (RACA) celebrated World Humanitarian Day which falls on August 19 each year, in the presence of RACA officials, representatives of Qatar Charity and the Crescent Society -Qatar Red (QRCS) and humanitarian action partners. . This year’s celebration highlights the direct impact of the climate …

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Infrastructure provides stand-alone edge solutions – GCN

Infrastructure provides autonomous edge solutions By Stéphanie Kanowitz August 10, 2021 The Texas Military Department (TMD) Camp Mabry in Austin is testing new technology that promotes the development of autonomous solutions at the edge. The Public Infrastructure Network Node (PINN), built by distributed edge computing platform provider EDJX in partnership …

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Looking back to Cambridge

15 years ago September 7, 2006 Cheryl Johnston of Cambridge was one of 12 local Red Cross volunteers who left Quad City International Airport on Monday August 28 for Orlando, Florida and Montgomery, AL. Cambridge Main Street invites community members to participate in the Fall Display / Scarecrow Contest to …

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the dilemma facing humanitarian agencies

The Ethiopian government suspended the activities of three foreign aid organizations working in the Tigray region. Moina Spooner, from The Conversation Africa, asked Mukesh Kapila, Humanitarian Affairs Officer, to provide an overview of the challenges humanitarian agencies face and what can be done to better support them. What are the …

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20210809 Governor Ron DeSantis announces record disaster recovery funding distributed by FDEM since administration began

08/09/2021 Governor Ron DeSantis announces record disaster recovery funding distributed by FDEM since administration began Over $ 5 billion in funding to help local communities recover from recent disasters PANAMA CITY, Florida. – Today, at an event in Panama City highlighting the recovery from Hurricane Michael, Governor Ron DeSantis announced …

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR | Features | thenewsenterprise.com

COMMUNITY CALENDAR TodayZumba, 9 am, Hardin County Public Library, 100 Jim Owen Drive, E’town. Previous dance experience not required. Because of class size, no group registrations. Registration & medical release required, bit.ly/3xycoLw. POC: 270-769-6337. English as a Second Language, 11 am, Hardin County Public Library, 100 Jim Owen Drive, E’town. …

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8 effective ways to help disaster victims

Those struck by a natural disaster end up facing reality once the dust settles and the damage has been done. Survivors of natural disasters deserve help both locally and globally to help them cope and move forward. Following a natural disaster or severe weather event, entire cities can be displaced, …

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Events test rescue skills | New

The second annual Lifeguard Olympics last month at the Carroll Aquatic Center focused on lifesaving and CPR skills, then ended with fun events – canoe wars and water polo. Rescuers from Carroll, Coon Rapids, Glidden and Manning were split into four teams with seven to eight members per team. Emphasizing …

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When the need arose, oxygen providers stepped up

As the COVID-19 pandemic began to recede in the United States this year, Americans have seen other countries without available vaccines buckle under the pressure of rising infection rates and deaths. And when the world ran out of air, providers of respiratory and oxygen care stepped up. The biggest increase …

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